Physiotherapy is a science-based healthcare profession that helps to reduce pain, restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability.


Physiotherapists are trained at University to assess, diagnose and treat a variety of conditions that affect a person’s physical function, such as problems associated with the muscles, bones, nerves, cartilages, tendons, ligaments, joints and soft tissues.


Physiotherapy treatment often involves manual methods such as massage, mobilisations and manipulation of the body alongside electrotherapy, advice and education, rehabilitation protocols and exercise prescription.


A GP or Consultant referral is not required for self-referral to Physiotherapy.

 What we treat:

Physiotherapy and rehabilitation can be effective for a wide range of problems including:

  • Spinal/ Neck and Back Pain
  • Headaches
  • Joint Problems or injuries
  • Pre and Post Surgical Procedures
  • Musculo-skeletal disorders
  • Soft Tissue injuries, Strains and sprains
  • Sport-related injuries
  • Postural problesm
  • Road traffic Accident and Whiplash injuries
  • Arthritis, Pain and Inflammation
  • Occupational Health problems
  • Women's Health Problems